Stellar Solar Launches Military Discount Program

October 8, 2010

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 8 /PRNewswire/ — Stellar Solar announced today the launch of their military discount program that offers up to $2,000 in savings on residential solar systems for both active and retired military personnel in San Diego County. The program covers all branches of the armed forces.

“The armed forces and Department of Defense have taken an aggressive approach to installing solar on military bases nationwide, which is really leading by example for their soldiers, sailors, airmen and officers, both active and retired,” said Michael Powers, Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Stellar Solar. He added, “Stellar wanted to do our part to make going solar more within reach of the sizable population of military personnel here in San Diego County. This program, combined with the Federal tax credit and California State rebate does just that.”

Cheryl Patzer, a retired USN Commander, and her husband, Mike (Prior Air Force NCO), selected Stellar Solar and are happy customers. Cheryl said, “With this additional discount on top of the tax credit and rebate, Stellar has lowered the price and sped up the return on investment to a point where it will make sense for active and retired military to make the move to go solar. I applaud their effort to do so.”

The program provides $1,000 off a residential solar system up to 5kW (i.e., 25 – 200W panels), $1,500 off a residential solar system between 5-10kW, and $2,000 off a residential solar system over 10kW.

About Stellar Solar

Stellar Solar is a leading San Diego County based residential and commercial PV solar design and installation company with over ten years of experience and 500+ installations, ranging in size from 2kW to 1MW, throughout California. Learn more at http://www.stellarsolar.net.

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